If you're wondering why British Columbia experienced such a mild winter and early spring, you could maybe blame it on a mysterious "blob" of warm water in the Pacific Ocean.
The anomaly was first detected in 2013 by University of Washington climate scientist Nicholas Bond, who coined the term "blob." Since the fall of that year, scientists have been tracking a large mass of water in the Pacific Ocean that is 1,000 square kilometres long and at least two degrees Celsius warmer than usual.
The cradle of civilization gave rise to our progress and development as a human society and, despite the many challenges facing the Middle East, it is where we might also find the answers to a sustainable future, writes Tariq Olaimy.
When farm owner and filmmaker John Chester first met Emma the pig, she was near the brink of death. Pregnant, sick and underweight, Emma nearly died while giving birth to 13 piglets. In the end, it was Emma's own piglets who saved her.
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New technologies in the last decade have shown slow but steady progress of ocean and sea energy power: about 30 tidal and 45 wave energy companies are currently at an advanced stage of technological development worldwide, many of them nearing...
FRISCO — A new report on threats to manatees is full of mixed signals, on the one hand downgrading the extinction threat, but on the other, warning that loss of habitat and cold-water mortality events are still huge threats.
By Alex Dobuzinskis LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The last intact section of one of Antarctica's mammoth ice shelves is weakening fast and will likely disintegrate completely in the next few years, contributing further to rising sea levels, according to...
Matt Taylor The courts service has warned the Department of the Environment that pursuing householders who do not pay their water charges through the courts would place an “excessive burden” on the system which is already “overstretched”.
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